David Isaac Murray (born August 27, 1983, in Albuquerque, New Mexico) is an entrepreneur and performer based in Silicon Valley. He has co-founded two companies, served as an executive for two 40-person firms, and he has held leadership roles at both Google and Atari.

His professional accomplishments include:

David holds an M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University (2009) and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with University Honors from Carnegie Mellon University (2006) as a triple-major in Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction (B.S.), and Voice Performance (B.F.A.). He is currently a member of the Alumni Advisory Board for Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science.

David holds several honors, including:

Beyond his professional accomplishments, David has performed in dozens of operas, musicals, and theatrical productions, including solos with the Opera Festival di Lucca, Pittsburgh Opera, Opera San Jose, and the award-winning Lord of the Rings symphony conducted by Howard Shore. He sings in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Latin, and more; he can quickly learn new languages and accents for both song and theatre.

David speaks fluent Spanish, plays the piano, composes music, and has a love for animals, video games, volleyball, Chinese and Japanese culture, and taking risks, wherever they may be.